CN105637446A - Systems and methods for locking an input area associated with detected touch location in a force-based touchscreen - Google Patents

Systems and methods for locking an input area associated with detected touch location in a force-based touchscreen Download PDF

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CN105637446A
CN105637446A CN201480055481.4A CN201480055481A CN105637446A CN 105637446 A CN105637446 A CN 105637446A CN 201480055481 A CN201480055481 A CN 201480055481A CN 105637446 A CN105637446 A CN 105637446A
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Abstract

A method for locking an input area associated with a force-based touch interface comprises detecting a first touch value associated with a first user interaction with a first area of a touch interface. The first touch value includes information indicative of a location of the first area of the touch interface. The method also comprises establishing a first virtual input area based on the location, wherein a boundary associated with first virtual input area is contained within a boundary defined by the touch interface. The method also comprises detecting a second touch value associated with a second user interaction with the touch interface, and determining that a location associated with the second touch value is within the first virtual input area. The method also involves generating a control signal for causing execution of a first function, based on the determination that the second touch value is within the first virtual input area.

Description

System and method for the input area that locking in based on the touch screen of power is associated with detected touch location

The cross reference of related application

This application claims the U.S. Provisional Application the 61/888th, 322 that is filed on October 8th, 2013 and be filed in the rights and interests of U.S. Provisional Application the 61/891st, 231 on October 15th, 2013, each in above-mentioned application is incorporated herein by reference.

Technical field

The disclosure relates generally to a kind of stereognosis tact switch panel, and more particularly relates to lock in based on the stereognosis tact switch panel of power the system and method for the relative position of detected touch location.

Background technology

Feature rich, relatively light and user-friendly consumer-elcetronics devices nearest broad development caused the corresponding consumer demand for realizing similar functions in common electric and utility unit. Such as, increasing customer demand has modern touch-screen interface in the practical electrical equipment of TV, refrigerator, dish-washing machine and washing machine etc. Even the temperature controller in modern times is also that integrated gesture is controlled, network completely and user interface (UI) capable of making remote access. Even automobile (its be considered as often typical practical machine) is not also incorporated to the addressable many options of driver and feature-control from the mechanical switch of the weather for being integrated into steering wheel, navigation and radio system, to the touch screen interface being integrated in instrument board and camera display as much as possible from recent tendency impact.

Although for the more multi-functional consumer demand being incorporated into during car steering is experienced is increased rapidly, but meeting such demand and there are some problems. First, traditional condenser type thoughts and feelings touch screen technology (those such as use in smart mobile phone and tablet device) although being incorporated to a large amount of function ideally in relatively limited space, but need driver to have many visions to participate in, and it is thus desirable to too long of divert one's attention the time and cannot security implementation. Secondly, although currently used conventional mechanical switch and knob due to need not driver eyes-off-road and need the less time of diverting one's attention, but they often have a limited motility, and the single function of each on-off control or feature.

Motility and versatility for combining touch screen technology still allows for driver simultaneously and keeps careful a solution to operate vehicle to be safely directed to use with the haptic interface (HMI) based on power. Sense of touch HMI based on power generally includes in response to the sensor surface touched with for producing the actuator of respond vibration (generally simulating the response provided by mechanical switch), and described respond vibration provides the stereognosis of an input on touch screen to confirm for driver. Multi-touch, Multifunctional flexible that the sense of touch feedback of the mechanical switch of its response is finally controlled by these systems by driver with touch screen combine.

Based on the sense of touch HMI of power, especially automobile with those problem in other mechanical system is, owing to driver can not check touch interface continuously when driving, causes unexpected or touch ratio is more common in conventional mechanical switch unintentionally. It is true that in many cases, driver shows more than several seconds and the possible danger close of Eyes off road in order to vision participates in interactive touch-screen, is so likely to the user interface element being associated with expectation switching function not for a long time with location selection.

Even if it addition, desired user interface element is positioned visually, but accident or unintentionally touch event still would be likely to occur problem, especially when driver attempts to activate switch events when driving the vehicle of movement. Such as, the finger of user is likely to originally touch screen to control the function being associated with the switch of location on steering wheel. Along with the visual touch of User break Yu screen, user is likely to by mistake start to pull his/her finger and slips over screen, thus potentially resulting in the error detection of individually " touch " or " release " event. This type of error detection may result in operator and more diverts one's attention and dejected, it is possible to counteract many benefits of multi-functional tactile touch screen.

It is one or more that the system and method for the input area being associated with detected touch location for locking in based on the touch screen of power disclosed herein aims to solve the problem that in the problems referred to above and/or this area other problem.

Summary of the invention

According to an aspect, it relates to a kind of method for locking the input area being associated with the touch interface based on power. Described method can include detecting the first touch value that the first user being associated with the first area with touch interface is mutual, and described first touch value includes the information indicating the position of the first area of described touch interface. Described method may also include sets up the first virtual input region based on described position, and the border being wherein associated with described first virtual input region is included in the border limited by described touch interface. Described method may also include detection and is associated with the second touch value mutual with the second user of described touch interface. Described method may also include determining that the position being associated with described second touch value is in described first virtual input region. Described method may also include based on a determination that described second touch value is in described first virtual input region, produces for causing the control signal performing the first function.

According to another aspect, it relates to a kind of method for limiting, based on detected touch location, the input area being associated with the tactile touch screen based on power. Described method can include the first virtual input region setting up the physical region corresponding to tactile touch screen, and the first touch event that detection is associated with described first virtual input, the instruction of described touch event is mutual with the user of the Part I of the physical region of described tactile touch screen. Described method may also include the touch event in response to described detection and sets up the second virtual input region, and described second virtual input region is corresponding to the described Part I of described physical region. Described method may also include based on the second user with the physical region of described tactile touch screen mutual, the second touch event that detection is associated with described second virtual input region.

According to another aspect, it relates to a kind of haptic interface based on power. Described interface can include touch pad and at least one force transducer with touch-surface, and described force transducer is coupled to described touch pad and is configured to detect the power being applied to described touch-surface. The described haptic interface based on power may also include actuator and processor, wherein, described actuator is coupled to described touch pad and is configured to transmit machinery output to described touch pad, and described processor is coupled at least one force transducer described and described actuator. Described processor may be configured to determine and is associated with the first touch value mutual with the first user of the first area of described touch-surface, and described first touch value includes the information indicating the position of the described first area of described touch-surface. Described processor may be additionally configured to set up the first virtual input region based on described position, and the border being wherein associated with described first virtual input region is included in the border limited by described touch-surface. Described processor may be additionally configured to detect and is associated with the second touch value mutual with the second user of described touch-surface, and determines that the position being associated with described second touch value is in described first virtual input region. Described processor may be additionally configured to based on a determination that described second touch value is in described first virtual input region, produces for causing the control signal performing the first function.

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Fig. 1 illustrate can implement with some disclosed in the exemplary environments of the consistent stereognosis tact switch panel of embodiment;

Fig. 2 illustrates exemplary touch surface being associated with stereognosis tact switch panel of embodiment disclosed in some, described stereognosis tact switch panel be arranged on for vehicle turn within interface or on;

Fig. 3 A and Fig. 3 B illustrate with some disclosed in the exemplary patterns layout of the consistent one or more touch-surfaces for stereognosis tact switch panel of embodiment;

Fig. 4 provides perspective exploded view of some 26S Proteasome Structure and Function layer of the stereognosis tact switch panel of embodiment disclosed in some;

Fig. 5 provides alternative perspective exploded view of some 26S Proteasome Structure and Function layer of the stereognosis tact switch panel of embodiment disclosed in some;

Fig. 6 provide with some disclosed in the cross section block diagram of consistent some example components being associated with stereognosis tact switch panel of embodiment;

Fig. 7 provides the curve chart of the exemplary force being associated with the user interface layout for multi-functional stereognosis tact switch panel and the positional value Configuration Values describing embodiments disclosed in some;

Fig. 8 A, Fig. 8 B, Fig. 8 C and Fig. 8 D provide illustrate from some disclosed in embodiment consistent for the different touch events that are associated with exemplary multi-functional stereognosis tact switch panel (such as, respectively touch-down is (such as, engage), be lifted away from (such as, release), list ending and pin) the curve chart of exemplary stereognosis response;

Fig. 9 is shown for the exemplary user interface layout of offer in embodiments disclosed in some and corresponding virtual input region; And

Figure 10 provides the flow chart illustrating the example process for lock the input area that with touch interface based on power be associated consistent with disclosed embodiment.

Detailed description of the invention

According to an aspect, it relates to a kind of tact switch panel based on power, its input area being configured to around the region that the initial touch detected with surface is associated restriction or locking touch panel surface. Therefore, the system and method consistent with disclosed embodiment is configured to by the input area that localizes around initial touch region, limits and is not intended to or unexpected touch. In some exemplary, can be disabled with uncorrelated region, initial touch region or district, to guarantee that spuious or unexpected touch input is not recorded as the input to touch panel.

The method and system consistent with disclosed embodiment may be especially suitable for such situation, and described situation is divert one's attention for user's visual attention transfers to touch interface. It is true that in embodiments disclosed in some, it relates to provide the switch panel user interface felt and confirm for user with the mutual of switch panel more. In certain other embodiments, consistent with disclosure feature provide for by Function detection region limits in the solution in region less, relatively local around initial touch event.

Fig. 1 illustrates the Illustrative Operating Environment 100 that can implement feature and the method being associated with disclosed self calibration stereognosis sense of touch multi-touch Multifunctional switch panel. According to an embodiment and as it is shown in figure 1, operating environment 100 can include or be presented as the pilot set or driving cabin that are associated with vehicle (such as based on the motor vehicles on ground). Alternatively or additionally, operating environment 100 can include or be presented as with any based on ground, the driver control console that is associated of empty or extra large transport vehicle, wherein, the vehicles of such as ship, airborne vehicle, conventional motor vehicle, off-road vehicle, heavy engineering machine or any other type. It is also contemplated that the embodiment of the disclosure can be used as the replacement of conventional mechanical switch or button in having any stationary machine at user console or interface, such as such as, in the system of vehicle training simulator, video game machine or any other type needing man machine interface.

Fig. 1 illustrates the exemplary plane graph turning to interface implementing the switch panel based on power (also referred herein as track pad interface) for vehicle control panel according to the disclosure. Example turns to interface 110 can have steering handle. Steering handle can shape by this way, and described mode is for promoting that driver controls vehicle when hand-held steering handle. Such as, steering handle can include annular shape, and this annular shape has substantially circular exterior contour. In an alternative embodiment, steering handle can limit any suitable shape, including such as circular, oval, square, rectangle or any other is regular or irregularly shaped. In the exemplary embodiment, steering handle can include single continuous print handle portion or any amount of unique handle segment. It addition, steering handle can be installed on fixation kit so that it can move rotatably around steer axis. Exemplary fixation kit can include such as steering column, and it is received along the steering spindle of steering column extension and for the rotary motion of steering handle is delivered to the wheel of motor vehicles. The rotary motion of steering handle can be delivered to wheel by machinery and/or electric device. In an exemplary embodiment, turn to interface 110 to may also include one or more stereognosis tact switch panel 120 based on power, wherein turn to interface 110 based on each being operatively coupled in the switch panel 120 of power.

Being coupled to by switch panel 120 based on power turns to interface 110 to provide man machine interface for driver, and this man machine interface can be configured to detect customer-furnished touch or power, and determines for example whether switching function should be activated. In one embodiment, in response to the input detected, stereognosis or auditory feedback can be provided the user.

Fig. 2 illustrate with some disclosed in the consistent switch panel 120 based on power that has of embodiment be embedded in the exemplary convergent-divergent view turning to interface 110 therein. As in figure 2 it is shown, the switch panel 120 based on power can be embedded in spoke, the wheel rim turning to interface 100 is coupled to the newel (not shown) turning to interface by this spoke. The interface providing the user for the one or more functions being associated with vehicle or system to control is may be configured to, without user from turning to interface 110 to remove his/her hands based on the switch panel 120 of power. Shown in exemplary in Fig. 2, the switch panel 120 based on power may be configured to control audio system, and it can include radio, media player, hands-free voice control system etc. Different from traditional mechanical switch, the switch panel 120 based on power is configured to detect by user's force value that various positions apply on switch panel, and these force value convert to the electrical command for controlling vehicle functions.

Such as, as shown in Figure 2, " the song selection " that may be configured to control to be associated with the active mediun player of operation in vehicle based on the first area of the switch panel 120 of power operates (such as, " rewind " or " song falls back " 120a operation or " F.F. " or " song is forward " operation 120b). Alternatively or it addition, may be configured to based on the second area of the switch panel 120 of power activate the voice-controlled operations 120c being associated with vehicle media system (or may be connected to the blue tooth voice activation equipment of vehicle media system). The 3rd region based on the switch panel 120 of power may be configured to provide " model selection " operation, thus vehicle operating can (such as) from can at the multiple different media players of vehicle or activation (such as, terrestrial radio, satellite radio, CD Player, DVD player, digital media player (such as, MP3 etc.)) middle selection " movable " media player. Finally, it is configured to user based on the 4th region of the switch panel of power and Interface Options is provided, to increase 120e or to reduce the 120f volume being associated with active mediun player.

It would be recognized by those skilled in the art that one of advantage of switch panel based on power consistent with disclosed embodiment is the functional mobility that they provide. Specifically, by providing relatively large touch sensitive regions, especially when compared to when having the conventional mechanical switch of minor feature area occupied, described system can be customized to provide a large amount of function on interface turning to. It addition, provided the user sense of touch and auditory feedback by the detection/recognition in response to touch event, farthest decrease operator's distractibility. Fig. 3 A and Fig. 3 B illustrates the exemplary layout of the touch surface panel control system based on power for turning to interface 110, and described control system can control different system associated plurality of with vehicle.

Although not shown in Fig. 3 A or Fig. 3 B, it is anticipated that turn in interface (shown in Fig. 1) based on what the touch panel 120 of power can be embedded in vehicle, wherein Fig. 3 A be on the Part I being arranged on and turning to interface 110 (such as on the revolver spoke turning to interface 110) and Fig. 3 B be on the Part II being arranged on and turning to interface 110 (such as on the right wheel spoke turning to interface 110). As illustrated by above in relation to Fig. 2, Fig. 3 B can be presented as the switch panel 120 based on power for controlling audio system. So, Fig. 3 B will here not further describe.

Fig. 3 A can include or be presented as the switch panel 120 based on power, and it is configured to provide the user for controlling the option of some automatic Pilot feature (such as, cruise control, automated lane detection/warning system etc.) being associated with vehicle. Such as, as shown in Figure 3A, may be configured to activate the cruise control function 120g of vehicle based on the first area of the switch panel 120 of power. Second area based on the switch panel 120 of power may be configured to arrange cruise control speed (and increase 120k subsequently or reduce 120l speed). The 3rd region of sensor 120 and the 4th region based on power may be configured to recover 120i and cancel 120j cruise to control function. Finally, based on the 5th region of the switch panel 120 of power may be configured to control/enable/disable automated lane detection and/or the warning system of vehicle.

Although it should be noted that Fig. 3 A and Fig. 3 B is illustrated based on some exemplary configuration of the switch panel 120 of power, but these embodiments being not necessarily to be construed as restrictive. It is true that without departing from the scope of this disclosure, it is possible to implement can be used for other configurations of the switch panel 120 based on power of the various other systems that control is associated with vehicle. It practice, can be programmed to control most any function based on the process described by the tact switch panel 120 of power, method and system in conjunction with the disclosure, the detection type user interface based on power wherein can be implemented. Configuration based on the switch panel 120 of power will be discussed further below.

Switch panel 120 based on power can be any user interface apparatus including sensor, touch or power that wherein said sensor is configured in response to be applied on the touch-surface of switch panel 120 and change at least one electric attribute. Touching (also referred to as touch event) can be the such as physical contact of generation when the switch panel 120 based on power is exerted a force by the driver in vehicle with their hands (wear glove or without gloves). Switch panel 120 based on power can be any suitable stereognosis sensor, including mechanical pick-up device, resistance sensor, capacitance type sensor, Magnetic Sensor, Fibre Optical Sensor, piezoelectric transducer, silicon sensor and/or temperature sensor.

As will be discussed in further detail below, the switch panel 120 based on power can include 2 D force sensor array, and wherein each force transducer includes conductor and electrode, and contacts at least partly with the touch-surface being positioned at above array. In one embodiment, may also include and each at least part of substrate contacted in force transducer based on the switch panel 120 of power. In one aspect, substrate can include printed circuit board (PCB). Touch force is delivered to one or more force transducers of force sensor array by touch interface. Touch interface can be presented as any touch-sensitive deformable member of one or more force transducers that at least some of power can be delivered to force sensor array by touch interface from user. In one embodiment, touch interface can be used for providing the user sense of touch feedback.

Such as, Fig. 4 provides perspective exploded view, and it illustrates the basis that configure consistent with disclosed embodiment some assembly based on the switch panel 120 of power. As shown in Figure 4, the touch pad 410 with touch-surface is comprised the steps that based on the switch panel 120 of power; At least one force transducer 420a, 420b, 420c, they are operatively coupled to touch pad and are configured to detect the power being applied on touch-surface; And circuit board 430, it is arranged on below force transducer, and it is configured to the switch panel 120 based on power provide structure to support and between force transducer 420a, 420b, 420c and the alignment processing equipment (such as, controller) being associated with the switch panel 120 based on power, transmit the signal of telecommunication. Switch panel 120 based on power is configured for being arranged in housing 440, and described housing can be positioned in the corresponding space turned in interface 110. More detailed configurations of the switch panel based on power consistent with disclosed embodiment figure 5 illustrates.

Fig. 5 is illustrated based on the alternative form of the switch panel 120 of power and the exploded cross-sectional view of method for packing embodiment. On the left side, the exemplary switch panel 510 based on power is shown as to be had for turning to the encapsulation implemented in interface 110 at the triangle of vehicle. On the right, the exemplary switch panel 520 based on power is shown as to be had for turning to the encapsulation implemented in interface 110 at the rectangle of vehicle.

The two embodiment is provided which to include the switch panel 510 (or 520) based on power of 2 D force sensor array 516a-516d (or 523a-523d), and described two-dimensional array is arranged to have the geometry including width and length. Such as, force sensor array 516a-516d (or 523a-523d) can have width or the length of 8mm or bigger. In another example, force sensor array 516a-516d (or 523a-523d) can have the width less than 8mm or length. In one embodiment, the degree of depth of 0.5mm or less can be had based on the switch panel 510 (or 520) of power. In another example, the switch panel 510 (or 520) based on power can have the degree of depth more than 0.5mm. Although there is rectangular shape at Fig. 5 based on the force sensor array 523a-523d shown in the switch panel 520 of power, it is to be understood that this is intended solely for illustrative purposes, and 2 D force sensor array can have such as circular, oval, square, rectangle, triangle and erose shape (such as Fig. 5 is based on the force sensor array 516a-516d of the switch panel 510 of power).

All include the touch interface plate 512 (or 524) being positioned at force sensor array 516a-516d (or 523a-523d) top based on the switch panel 510,520 of power shown in Fig. 5. Touch interface plate 512 (or 524) includes upper surface and the lower surface relative with upper surface. Touch interface plate 512 (or 524) will act at the touch force on upper surface and is delivered to one or more force transducer 516a-516d (or 523a-523d) of the force sensor array arranged adjacent to lower surface. According to some embodiments, such as combine based on shown in the switch panel 510 of power, have and multiple can " skin " 513 of back-lit icons can cover on touch interface plate 512. In this type of embodiment, touch interface plate can include the multiple transparent or semitransparent passage 512a-512f for passing through from the light of LED (not shown), thus what illuminate skin 512 can back-lit icons.

According to various embodiments, touch interface plate 512 (or 524) can be presented as any touch-sensitive deformable member, it by least some of one or more force transducer 516a-516d (or 523a-523d) being delivered to force sensor array by touch interface plate 512 (or 524) of the power from user, and can allow light through at least some of of interface plate 512 (or 524). Such as, touch interface plate 512 (or 524) can be made up of Merlon (PC), acrylic acid, PC-acronitrile-butadiene-styrene (ABS) or other plastic materials, glass, rubber, other suitable materials or their combination. According to some embodiment, the thickness of material be selected to provide low quality but provide enough thickness with allows light effectively by and fully coupling of light source is provided to. Material also should be sufficiently rigid, does not deform too much to bear the power being applied to upper surface. Such as, 0.2mm can be at least about for the thickness of the material of touch interface plate. In some embodiments, when on the surface that light changing film is arranged on touch interface plate to assist direct light by material and when providing some rigidities of structure, the thickness of touch interface plate can reduce (such as, at least about 0.1mm).

It is said that in general, force transducer 516a-516d (or 523a-523d) is connected to lower house 511 (or substrate surface 523) or integrates with lower house 511 (or substrate surface 523). Such as, lower house 511 (or substrate surface 523) can include printed circuit board (PCB) (PCB), and this printed circuit board (PCB) is for by electronically transmitting information or power to from force transducer 516a-516d (or 523a-523d) in electrical signal form. In various embodiments, lower house 511 (or substrate surface or 523) may also include electric circuitry packages, such as resistor, capacitor, diode, LED, emitter, receptor etc., individually have the electric interconnector for being linked together by various assemblies. And, in one embodiment, lower house 511 (or substrate surface or 523) includes the printed circuit board (PCB) being provided above with processor (not shown in Fig. 5), is electrically connected with processor by force transducer 516a-516d (or 523a-523d) thereby through lower house 511 (or substrate surface 523).

Expection can include an other and/or different assembly part as the switch panel 510 (or 520) based on power. Such as, can include for touch interface plate 512 (or 524), one or more force transducer 516a-516d (or 523a-523d), lower house 511 (or substrate surface 523) and feedback actuators 516 (or 522) are packaged together using one or more assemblies of the part as unique user interface assembly based on the switch panel 510 (or 520) of power. In one embodiment, the switch panel 510 based on power can include upper housing component 515 and lower house assembly 511 respectively, and the two housing unit is for being fixed on the switch panel 510 based on power in the wheel hub turning to interface 110. Alternatively, the switch panel 520 based on power can include upper housing component 525 and lower house assembly 521 respectively, and the two housing unit is for encapsulating the switch panel 520 based on power using the part as unique user interface input device.

In some embodiment consistent with the disclosure, the switch panel based on power is configurable to provide sense of touch and/or auditory feedback in response to the input signal detected. Fig. 6 provide with some disclosed in the viewgraph of cross-section of consistent some assembly being associated with the switch panel based on power of embodiment. As shown in Figure 6, the touch pad 524 with first surface (touch pad 524 above) and second surface (below touch pad 524) can be included based on the switch panel of power. In this configuration, first surface can be presented as the touch-surface for receiving the touch input from user.

Tact switch panel based on power may also include the circuit board 523 that multiple force transducer 523a, 523b are electrically coupled. As shown in Figure 6, force transducer 523a, 523b may be provided between circuit board 523 and the second surface (below such as) of touch pad 524 so that the corresponding part of the power that each force transducer is configured to measure on the touch-surface being applied to touch pad.

The actuator 522 being fixed to the second surface (below) of touch pad 524 can be included based on the tact switch panel of power. Actuator 522 may be configured to transmit machinery output to touch pad. Surface that the non-limiting example of machinery output can include being sent to touch pad 524 and by any machinery output of user's perception, such as vibrates.

Actuator 522 can include or be presented as those that any suitable equipment for converting electric energy to machinery output, described machinery output include can perceiving by the user of the switch panel based on power. The non-limiting example of this type of actuator includes acoustic actuators, electric rotating machine, oscillation actuator, piezo-electric resonator, Linear Resonant Actuator or eccentric rotary mass motor. In certain embodiments, acoustic actuators can be used for providing both mechanical vibration and audition output simultaneously.

Embodiment according to Fig. 6, circuit board 523 can include for allow actuator 522 in part through passage therein. This passage reduces overall depth or the thickness of the switch panel based on power, allows actuator to be directly mounted to below touch pad 524 simultaneously, thus increasing the energy being sent to touch pad. Actuator is configured to the input provided by the processor being associated with the switch panel based on power or controller, transmits the sense of touch feedback of varying level.

Switch panel 120 based on power may also include the computing system based on controller or processor, this computing system be configured to receive instruction come force sensor the value exerted a force, and based on the amplitude exerted a force and position (relative to touch-surface) determine user attempt control be which kind of vehicle functions. It is true that the one or more hardware and/or the component software that are configured to perform software program can be included based on the switch panel of power.

This controller equiment can include one or more nextport hardware component NextPort, such as such as CPU (CPU) or microprocessor, random access memory (RAM) module, read only memory (ROM) module, memorizer or data memory module, data base, one or more input/output (I/O) equipment and interface. Alternatively and/or it addition, controller can include one or more software medium assembly, such as such as computer-readable medium, including for perform with some disclosed in the computer executable instructions of the consistent method of embodiment. That expects in nextport hardware component NextPort listed above one or more uses software to implement. Such as, storage device can include the software partition that other nextport hardware component NextPorts one or more with controller are associated. Controller can include other, less assembly and/or be different from the assembly of those assemblies listed above. Should be appreciated that assembly listed above is merely exemplary and is not intended to limit.

CPU can include one or more processor, and each processor is configured to perform instruction and process one or more functions that data are associated with controller with execution. CPU can be communicably coupled to RAM, ROM, storage device, data base, I/O equipment and interface. CPU may be configured to the sequence performing computer program instructions to perform various process, and this will be explained below. Computer program instructions can be loaded in RAM to be performed by CPU.

RAM and ROM can each include the one or more equipment for storing the information being associated with the operation of networked devices and/or CPU. Such as, ROM can include memory devices, and this memory devices is configured to access and store the information being associated with controller, the power threshold level being such as associated with the switch panel based on power. RAM can include the memory devices of the data being associated for the one or more operations stored with CPU. Such as, instruction can be loaded in RAM to be performed by CPU by ROM.

Storage device can include any kind of mass-memory unit, and it is configured to store the CPU information being likely to need when performing the process consistent with disclosed embodiment. Such as, storage device can include one or more magnetic and/or compact disk equipment, the Large Copacity medium apparatus of such as hard disk drive, CD-ROM, DVD-ROM or any other type. Alternatively or it addition, storage device can include the storage medium of flash memory Large Copacity medium storage device or other based semiconductors.

Data base can include cooperating with storage, tissue, the one or more softwares sorting out, filter and/or arranging the data used by controller and/or CPU and/or nextport hardware component NextPort. CPU accessible storage information in data base, in order to identify the specific function that (such as) is associated with power input value. Anticipatory data storehouse can store other information and/or be different from the information of information listed above.

I/O equipment can include being configured to and the assembly that associates of controller or user transmit one or more assemblies of information. Such as, I/O equipment can include the control station of the keyboard with integrated and mouse, the parameter being associated with controller to allow user to input. I/O equipment may also include display, and this display includes for providing network management consloe with the graphic user interface (GUI) of configuration of networked equipment for network manager. I/O equipment may also include ancillary equipment, such as such as printing the interface equipment of the disc driver (such as, USB port, floppy disk, CD-ROM or DVD-ROM drive etc.) data, mike, speaker system or other suitable type to allow user to input to store on the portable media device of the printer of the information being associated with networked devices, user-accessible. I/O equipment may be configured to output network performance result.

Interface can include being configured to via communication network transmission and the one or more assemblies receiving data, and described communication network is such as the Internet, LAN, work station peer-to-peer network, directly link network, wireless network or any other suitable communications platform. Such as, interface can include one or more manipulator, demodulator, multiplexer, demultiplexer, network communication equipment, wireless device, antenna, modem or be configured to enable via communication network the equipment of any other type of data communication. According to an embodiment, interface can be coupled to or include Wireless Telecom Equipment, is such as configured to the one or more modules using Wi-Fi or bluetooth wireless protocol wirelessly to transmit information.

As shown in Fig. 7, Fig. 8 A, Fig. 8 B and Fig. 8 C, the switch panel based on power can be used for sensing position and the amplitude of the power being applied to the sensing system based on power. In other words, sensing system based on power may be configured to sense the position exerted a force in one-dimensional (such as, X-direction or Y-direction) or two dimension (such as, X-direction and Y-direction), and the amplitude exerted a force (such as, in the power of Z-direction). Sensing system based on power may be additionally configured to sense the time in ad-hoc location force. In response to the amplitude exerted a force, position and/or persistent period, the switch panel based on power may be configured to produce sense of touch and/or auditory feedback signal in response to the power detected. As shown in Fig. 8 A, Fig. 8 B and Fig. 8 C, each touch event is (such as, touch-down, lift and pin) can be mutual (such as by different users, the different force value touched and/or persistent period) cause, and therefore can trigger different senses of touch and/or audition output feedack is supplied to user.

The system and method consistent with disclosed embodiment provides for the position detecting the touch on the touch-surface based on the switch panel 120 of power, and the validated user input area being associated with touch-surface is limited to the solution at the virtual region detected around the position touched. So, the embodiment of the disclosure is configured to touch minimize being left, by the attention of (such as) vehicle driver, the accident that the situation (such as when driver correctly makes his/her sight on road) of touch-surface of the switch panel 120 based on power causes. Fig. 9 and Figure 10 provides the diagram of the foundation illustrating the virtual input region can being associated with the switch panel 120 based on power, and illustrates the flow chart of example process for locking the input area being associated with the switch panel 120 based on power.

As it is shown in figure 9, the switch panel based on power can include multiple virtual input region 710,720,730,740,750. Virtual input region is designated as " virtual " and is because the border in these regions and needs not to be physically, but specifies in the coordinate space that computer generates. According to an embodiment, virtual input region can be set up as the appointment around one or more in the quick icon of power being associated with the switch panel 120 based on power, presumptive area. Such as, input area 710 may correspond to the region around " volume control " icon on the touch-surface that is associated with the switch panel 120 based on power. Can individually enter at other being associated with the switch panel based on power or around icon set, specify other input areas, such as such as input area 720 around " F.F. " or " song advance " icon, the input area 730 around module selection icons, the input area 740 around voice activation icon and/or the input area around " rewind " or " song retrogressing " icon. Although above-mentioned input area is corresponding to the physical location around the icon on the touch-surface based on the sensor of power, but be merely present in virtual (namely, computer generates) in coordinate space, and it is designed to provide horizontal boundary, thereby horizontal boundary, the force transducer of the sensor array below touch-surface can be selectively activated and/or disable.

As explained above, virtual region is the coordinate position generated by computer being associated with some icon on the touch panel surface based on the switch panel 120 of power and/or position. In some embodiments, associating between the border of virtual region and the icon/position on touch-surface can be predetermined (that is, they can be programmed for controller software electronically before being used by user). In other embodiments, associating between the border of virtual region and the icon/position on touch-surface can use the border that can program in software and/or range information to set up based on point-to-point (ad-hoc) (that is, after user's initial contact touch pad). In certain embodiments, virtual input region is configured to keep " activations " when user and touch interface initial contact, until with touch-surface contact interruption (that is, until " lifting " or " release ").

The embodiment consistent with the disclosure provides for when meeting and keep (or exceeding) " on " power threshold value, it is allowed to the solution of the processor latched position data being associated with the switch panel based on power. Once meet threshold value, position data is left in the basket or locks, and cuts off threshold value until meeting. This allows the finger of user to be moved about due to Vehicular vibration or other factors, and not unexpectedly activation system. By making switching system have the ability of the difference between difference deliberate activation and unintended activation, significantly reduce driver distraction. In other embodiments, ignoring position data, connecting threshold value until meeting. Once meet threshold value just read position, then location updating is left in the basket, and cuts off threshold value until meeting and new connection threshold startup occurs.

Figure 10 provides the flow chart illustrating the example process for lock the input area that with touch interface based on power be associated consistent with disclosed embodiment. The process of the disclosure can be implemented by the processor being associated with the switch panel 120 based on power.

Said process can begin at the detection touch (square frame 1010) at the touch-surface place of the switch panel 120 based on power. Such as, the driver being associated with the switch panel 120 based on power or user can recognize that and be arranged on based on the icon on the touch panel of the switch panel 120 of power or other user interface elements (all as shown in Figure 9). User can with the touch-surface of his/her finger down touch panel, and now the force transducer below touch pad can detect to touch and record and be touched, with detecting, the force value being associated.

Once touch be detected, it may be determined that touched, with detecting, the touch value (square frame 1020) being associated. According to an embodiment, touch value can be determined by the processor of the force sensor array being coupled to below touch pad. Such as, force sensor array can each produce the output signal of the power that instruction is detected by force transducer. The controller or the processor that are coupled to force transducer can calculate force value based on multiple force value of each reception from force transducer. Determined force value can calculate by any other appropriate units that newton, pound, PSI or instruction exert a force.

Except force value, processor may be configured to determine the relative position (square frame 1030) of touch on the touch surface. Such as, can calculate based on the touch value of each reception from force transducer, controller or processor and estimate the geometry " " center " being detected the power touched. According to an embodiment, the estimation at power center can by determining based on detected force value execution a series of triangulation type calculating. Such as, based on the known location of force transducer maximal force being detected in force sensor array, described position can be determined as relative distance. Alternatively or it addition, the position of force transducer that can be more inaccurately estimated as and have recorded maximum touch value, the power center estimated is corresponding.

Once it has been determined that the position at force value and power center, the first virtual input region (square frame 1040) can be set up around determined position. As illustrated above in relation to Fig. 9, virtual input region can be the presumptive area being associated with the nearest icon exerted a force. In one embodiment, processor can by making the position at firmly center select virtual input region, in order to activates (or disabling) pericentral force transducer in the position being associated with virtual input region. Such as, processor can determine that power place-centric be positioned at volume control virtual input region (region 170 of Fig. 9) lower section force transducer be associated. Processor can use which other sensor that the information being stored in data base is determined in (such as) sensor array to be arranged in the region being associated with volume control input area 170. Processor can pass through effectively to disable the sensor being not designated as being associated with volume control virtual input region 170, sets up input area so that the input value outside volume input area 170 is ignored by processor effectively.

Once set up virtual input region, the second touch value (square frame 1050) can be detected by the switch panel 120 based on power. Once detect, processor can determine that the relative position (square frame 1060) that second on the touch surface touches, and determines that the position of the second touch is whether in the virtual input region set up (square frame 1070). Processor can be determined by the center of the power that compares the second touch, and determines whether to be associated with and one of one of " having activated " sensor relevant sensor, and wherein said " having activated " sensors association is in virtual input region. If it is determined that the second touch value (square frame 1070: yes) in the border of virtual input region, then processor can produce for causing the control signal (square frame 1080) performing the first function.

In yet another aspect, if the processor determine that the second position touched is beyond the border (square frame 1070: no) of set up virtual input region, then processor can be ignored this touch value and determine whether touch interrupts (square frame 1090). Interrupting (such as, owing to user lifts his finger, square frame 1090: yes from initial touch) if touched, then processor may return to step 1010 place and restarts, wherein the second touch is confirmed as new touch. But, if the processor determine that the first touch value is owing to (such as) user is interrupted from lifting his/her finger touch panel, so processor can determine that the second touch is unintentionally and effectively marginalizes out, and proceeds to square frame 1050 to wait new touch value.

All means or step in following claims add the counter structure of function element, material, action and equivalent and are intended to include in conjunction with other elements being claimed execution any structure of function of concrete regulation, material or action. Description of the invention presents for the purpose of illustration and description, but that it is not intended to exhaustivity or limit the invention to disclosed form. Without departing from the scope and spirit of the present invention, many modifications and changes will be apparent to those of ordinary skill in the art. Selecting and describing embodiment is to explain principles of the invention and practical application best, and makes those skilled in the art be understood that the present invention for having the various embodiments being suitable for intended specifically used various amendments.

It will be appreciated by those skilled in the art that the disclosed system and method for the touch location detected for locking in based on the sense of touch Multifunctional switch panel of power, it is possible to make various modifications and changes. According to the consideration of this specification and practice of this disclosure, other embodiments of the disclosure will be apparent to those of ordinary skill in the art. This specification and example are intended to be considered as merely exemplary, and wherein the true scope of the disclosure is indicated by claims and their equivalent.

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1. the method for locking the input area being associated with the touch interface based on power, comprising:
Detecting the first touch value that the first user being associated with the first area with touch interface is mutual, described first touch value includes the information indicating the position of the described first area of described touch interface;
Setting up the first virtual input region based on described position, the border being wherein associated with described first virtual input region is included in the border limited by described touch interface;
Detection is associated with the second touch value mutual with the second user of described touch interface;
Determine that the position being associated with described second touch value is in described first virtual input region; And
Based on a determination that described second touch value is in described first virtual input region, produce for causing the control signal performing the first function.
2. method according to claim 1, it also includes:
Detection is associated with the threeth touch value mutual with the 3rd user of described touch interface;
Determine that the position being associated with the 3rd touch value is not in described first virtual input region; And
Ignore described 3rd touch value.
3. method according to claim 1, it also includes locking described first virtual input region, until the interruption mutual with described second user of described touch interface being detected.
4. method according to claim 1, wherein said first virtual input region is substantially similar to the described first area of described touch interface on size and dimension.
5. method according to claim 1, it also includes the described detection in response to described first touch value and transmits the first feedback signal, and described first feedback signal is configured to cause generation the first sense of touch feedback and the first audible feedback.
6. method according to claim 5, it also includes the described detection in response to described second touch value and transmits the second feedback signal, and described second feedback signal is configured to cause generation the second sense of touch feedback and the second audible feedback.
7. method according to claim 6, wherein said second sense of touch feedback and described second audible feedback are substantially similar to described first sense of touch feedback and described first audible feedback respectively.
8. method according to claim 5, wherein said first feedback signal is transferred to acoustic actuators, and described acoustic actuators is configured to produce described first sense of touch feedback and described first audible feedback.
9. the method for limiting, based on the touch location detected, the input area being associated with the tactile touch screen based on power, described method includes:
Set up the first virtual input region of the physical region corresponding to tactile touch screen;
The first touch event that detection is associated with described first virtual input, the instruction of described touch event is mutual with the user of the Part I of the described physical region of described tactile touch screen;
Setting up the second virtual input region in response to the touch event of described detection, described second virtual input region is corresponding to the described Part I of described physical region; And
Mutual based on the second user with the described physical region of described tactile touch screen, that detection is associated with described second virtual input region the second touch event.
10. method according to claim 9, described first touch event being wherein associated with described first virtual input region is associated with the first function, and described second touch event being wherein associated with described second virtual input region is associated with the second function.
11. method according to claim 9, it also includes producing the first signal for controlling described first function and the generation secondary signal for controlling described second function.
12. method according to claim 9, wherein said second virtual region is included in the subregion in the border being associated with described first virtual input region.
13. method according to claim 9, it also includes:
Detection is mutual with the 3rd user of the Part II of the described physical region of described tactile touch screen; And
Described 3rd user is stoped to be detected as the touch event being associated with described second virtual input region alternately.
14. method according to claim 9, it also includes locking described second virtual input region, until the interruption that described second user of the described physical region detected with described tactile touch screen is mutual.
15. method according to claim 9, wherein said second virtual input region is substantially similar to the described Part I of the described physical region of described tactile touch screen on size and dimension.
16. based on a haptic interface for power, comprising:
Touch pad, it has touch-surface;
At least one force transducer, it is coupled to described touch pad and is configured to detect the power being applied to described touch-surface;
Actuator, it is coupled to described touch pad and is configured to transmit machinery output to described touch pad;
Processor, it is coupled at least one force transducer described and described actuator, and described process is configured to:
Determining and be associated with the first touch value mutual with the first user of the first area of described touch-surface, described first touch value includes the information indicating the position of the described first area of described touch-surface;
Setting up the first virtual input region based on described position, the border being wherein associated with described first virtual input region is included in the border limited by described touch-surface;
Detection is associated with the second touch value mutual with the second user of described touch-surface;
Determine that the position being associated with described second touch value is in described first virtual input region; And
Based on a determination that described second touch value is in described first virtual input region, produce for causing the control signal performing the first function.
17. the haptic interface based on power according to claim 16, at least one force transducer wherein said includes multiple force transducer, the plurality of force transducer is each coupled to described touch pad, and is configured to detect based on the position of described sensor the respective part of the described power of the corresponding region being applied to described touch-surface.
18. the haptic interface based on power according to claim 16, wherein said actuator is acoustic actuators, and described processor is further configured to the described detection in response to described first touch value and transmits the first feedback signal to described actuator, described first feedback signal is configured to cause described actuator to produce the first sense of touch feedback and the first audible feedback.
19. the haptic interface based on power according to claim 18, wherein said processor is further configured to the described detection in response to described second touch value and transmits the second feedback signal to described actuator, and described second feedback signal is configured to cause described actuator to produce the second sense of touch feedback and the second audible feedback.
20. the haptic interface based on power according to claim 19, wherein said second sense of touch feedback and described second audible feedback are substantially similar to described first sense of touch feedback and described first audible feedback respectively.
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